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Chemical Peels

Purchase a Peel Series of (3) $313 normally $375.

*We have the availability to deepen the peel process by layering.  We do not recommend this on the first peel session.  If you and your Aesthetician decide to deepen the peel with an added layer it will be an additional $45.

Chemical peels are solutions that are designed to remove the top-most outer layers of the skin so that new, regenerated skin replaces the old.   Peels can improve uneven skin tones related to age spots, acne scarring, excessive oil and breakouts, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles, poor circulation, and skin laxity.  Chemical peels are classified from light to deep. The depth and strength of the peel depends on the type of acid as well as the pH balance. The deeper the peel, the more profound the results and the longer the recovery time. 

Light Chemical Peels
Light peels wound the entire epidermis and stimulate the regeneration of a new epidermis. This level of chemical peel may produce a burning sensation during the procedure. Recovery from light peels is quick.

Medium Chemical Peels
Medium depth peels involve wounding to the upper level of the dermis. Injury to the dermis stimulates the formation of collagen and “plumps” up the skin. Medium chemical peel solutions may be used when a slightly deeper peel is warranted. 

To be noted:  Everyone reacts differently to a chemical peel, some clients may peel, may flake, may show no signs of shedding.  If you are one of the clients who shows no flaking, or peeling this is 100% normal, and the peel worked.

Lactic Acid


Lactic acid:  Breaks down the bonds between skin cells to regularize the top layers of skin, Hyaluronic acid,  Increases hydration and restores volume to collagen depleted skin, Beta glucan,  Downregulates inflammation to soothe and calm the skin.

Why we love it:
• Safe and effective for all skin types, but is especially recommended for dry, sensitive
(including thinner skin) and aging skin
• Safe and effective during pregnancy and lactation
• Perfect peel for those who have never had a peel or to use when beginning a series of peels

Blended BHA =+ Peptide


This powerful blend of glycolic, lactic and mandelic acids helps reduce discoloration, refine skin tone and boost healthy skin function. Age-defying peptides firm skin, reduce irritation and lessen post-peel recovery time.

Beta Peel 17%


Salicylic acid:   Dissolves excess lipids and fats to reduce surface sebum,  Regularizes cellular turnover to smooth rough skin,  Reduces redness and swelling, Lavender,  Skin soother,  Aromatherapeutic, 


Why we love it:
• Deeper peel than a single-layer TCA 10% or Glycolic Acid Peel
• Great for acneic, thick or oily skin and for skin that has many dark spots
• Can break down and soften textured, rough top layer skin

ABC Booster


Named for vitamins A, B and C, this leave-on finishing step can be added to any peel service to enhance peeling, deepen milder peels and boost overall results. Super-charged with retinol, niacinamide and skin-brightening vitamin C, this serum supports skin’s regrowth, cell turnover, collagen and elastin production and self-moisturizing capabilities.

Clarifying Fruit Acid


Clarify congested or acneic skin. Powered by 4 fruit acids, willow herb extract and black currant and raspberry
leaf extracts, this peel refines skin’s texture, clears the way for easier extractions and helps protect skin
against environmental stressors.

Alpha Peel 20%


Glycolic acid:   Accelerates cellular turnover to strengthen collagen and elastin fibers and to reveal healthier skin
Sodium lactate,  Used alongside acids to reduce potential irritation, Sodium PCA,  Protects the acid mantle to reduce inflammation and prevent potential irritation, Beta glucan, Downregulates inflammation to soothe and calm the skin

Why we love it:
• Recommended for almost everyone, however they are most effective on normal, dry or mature skin
• Works particularly well on fine lines and wrinkles

TCA 10%


PURPOSE: To soften, smooth and exfoliate the skin.
Exfoliates dead skin,  Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,  Tightens, tones and soothes skin texture
Trichloracetic Acid – Stimulates, softens and retexturizes
One layer of the Sanitas TCA 10% solution is a peeling liquid that allows for light, superficial peeling.
The TCA 10% Peel is especially effective on sensitive, delicate skin.



Do not wear any makeup to your appointment or be prepared to remove it. Thoroughly washing and drying the skin to remove any makeup, lotion, or sunscreen is required.

Avoid active sun exposure and tanning beds for approximately 2 weeks prior to the treatment.

Use a broad spectrum SPF 30+ if the treatment area is exposed to UVA and UVB rays.

Avoid the use of topical self-tanners in the treatment area for approximately 2 weeks prior to treatment.

Discontinue the use of Retinoid medication (Retinol, Tretinoin, Retin-A, Atralin, Adapalene, Differin, Tazarotene, Tazorac, etc) and OTC anti-aging products containing Retinol, Retinaldehyde, or Vitamin A for 1 week prior to treatment.

Discontinue the use of Hydroquinone products 2-3 days prior to treatment.

Discontinue the use of topical exfoliating agents (Glycolics, Alpha or Beta-Dydroxy Acids) for 2-3 days prior to treatment.

Avoid, if possible, Ibuprofen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) for 3 days prior to treatment.

If you have a history of cold sores, begin prophylactic treatment with Valtrex or similar medication no later than 24 hours prior to treatment.

Notify Derma Glow Spa and Boutique if you develop a cold sore, acne, or open lesions in the area you are expecting to treat or if you experience any type of illness prior to your treatment.

Notify Derma Glow Spa and Boutique of any changes to your health history, medications, or if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant since your last appointment.

Notify Derma Glow Spa and Boutique if you have used Accutane in the past. Use within a 6 month period of may be a contraindication. 


Do not get the treated area wet, apply products, or apply makeup for 12 hours post procedure, as this could reactivate the chemicals. This includes showers, perspiration, misting spray, gym, yoga, products, makeup, etc.

Avoid heat and keep the skin cool during the first 48 hours post treatment. Heating internally can cause hyperpigmentation.


Avoid direct hot water spray, hot tubs, steam rooms, and saunas.


Do not participate in activities that may cause excessive perspiration.

The skin may look and feel like a mild windburn for the first 48-72 hours post treatment.

After 48 hours, a slight flaking may occur for 3-5 days. Flaking can easily be controlled with moisturizers. Do not pick, peel, or scratch the flaking. Do not use any means of exfoliation or loofahs. This may result in scarring or hyperpigmentation.

Use a broad spectrum SPF 30+ containing UVA/UVB protection with sun blockers such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide on the treated area daily if exposed to the sun.

To minimize side effects and maximize results, apply post procedural products as instructed by your Aesthetician.

You may resume normal skin care regimen, including the use of Retinoid medications, topical exfoliating agents, and Hydroquinone products, only after the peeling process is complete.

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